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Sharon Fesler

July 14, 2011

Sharon May (Morgan) Fesler passed away June 28,2011 in Franklin, Indiana at the age of 65. Sharon was born on May 4, 1946 to John and Mary Morgan in Franklin, IN.
Sharon loved to travel all over the United States. She could never live in one place to long.
When she was put into the nursing home in 2007, she lived there only until 2010. Then she had the nursing home move her to a different nursing home, just because she had to move and couldn't stand to live in one spot too long.

Reed Friedman

July 14, 2011

Reed Bryan Friedman was released from his suffering on July 10, 2011. He passed away from complications resulting from progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP).
Reed was born Nov. 30, 1953, in Los Angeles, CA, to George and Janice Coon Reed Friedman.
He is survived by his loving siblings, Diane Friedman, Colville; Malcolm Friedman and wife Jill, Colville; Joyce Woodard and husband Greg, Colbert; and Georgeann Peck and husband Dan, Spokane.

Tennis tourney serves as senior project, fundraiser

July 14, 2011

Colville High School senior-to-be Liselotte Doggen, who teamed with fellow CHS senior Erin Little to lead the Indians to a State 1A tennis tournament appearance and the medal stand this spring in Yakima, is organizing a local tennis tournament as part of her Senior Project. In addition to being her Senior Project, the tournament will also serve a dual function as a fund-raiser to help the resurfacing and retooling of the dilapidated tennis courts at Colville City Park. That project has been underwritten by the Colville Valley Tennis Association.

Rare hole in one on par 4 keys big Chataqua win

July 14, 2011

A rare hole in one on the 321-yard par 4 12th hole during Sunday’s Scramble round of the 2011 Chataqua Best Ball & Scramble Golf Tournament at Chewelah Golf & Country Club was the difference-maker for the Chewelah team of Brenton Harting and Brett Sweet.
Propelled by Harting’s ace, the duo fired a two-day total of 131 to capture the gross division in the championship flight.
Harting’s hole in one on the challenging par 4 was the highlight of the tournament, which featured 98 two-man teams.

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